Volunteering is a great opportunity for young people to get involved in society, to upgrade themselves positively, to broaden their horizons, and make positive changes for all of us. Volunteering is also a very important link for society, helping others help reduce stress and feelings of depression, and you feel happier and more fulfilled.

We are glad that we had the opportunity to participate in the photo exhibition in Sarajevo, which for us is an experience that showed us how volunteers deal with crisis situations, but also how they help after such crisis situations.

Many situations would be resolved differently if there were no volunteers. They are here to help the helpless and the needy. This part of the project that took place in Sarajevo, in addition to reminding us of the main objectives, goals, and importance, and complexity of the topic, also allowed us to look at previous and future activities planned with the project.

We had interesting visits, first to the Izvor Nade dormitory, where the first part of the exhibition was held, in which the representatives of our organization also took part. At the foundation, we got to know their goals and activities, the Red Cross teams, the mountain rescue teams, a good photographer gave interesting tips and directions and we heard a representative of the International Police Association.

The second part of the exhibition was held at the Home Work Hub. We had the opportunity to look at very valuable photographs from the field, from the war, and see the difference between different types of photography. Photography is a static representation of a long story, it speaks a lot without saying a word.

Our representatives had a great time in Sarajevo and with great enthusiasm and great ambitions look forward to the future activities of this project.

“Volunteers don’t get paid, not because they’re worthless, but because they’re priceless.”

– Sherry Anderson



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